Watch Gordon Ramsay Give Expert Advice To Cooking Questions From People On Twitter

"Should I eat a hot pocket?"

Recently, people have been tweeting Gordon Ramsay — celebrity chef, restaurateur, and television personality — photos of their attempts to cook edible food. In return, Ramsay has been serving up some savage reviews. Of course, most of these people are purposefully sending him terrible looking meals so they can get the hilariously blunt responses we all love from Ramsay. 

But don't worry, Ramsay is still here to help people improve their skills in the kitchen. In a new video for Wired, Ramsay responds to Twitter users' cooking questions with informative, expert tips right on the spot. 

He shared how to mince garlic without a press (smash the garlic with the flat side of the knife and add a pinch of salt), how to grate mozzarella without crushing it (stick it in the freezer for 10 minutes before you start grating), and how to find the perfect knife (the secret is finding one with a firm handle). 

Ramsay also doesn't pass up on an opportunity to get a little bit sassy. When someone says that British food is bad, he responds by saying, "Cheeky fucker, at least we've got a decent prime minister." And, when someone tries to troll him instead of asking a legitimate question, he explains how to make an "idiot sandwich."

All jokes aside, Ramsay is a world-renowned chef for a reason. There's no question asked that gives him pause. He expounds his depth of cooking knowledge clearly, succinctly, and quickly, not that we needed any more proof that he's a pro. Overall, we actually picked up a ton of great tips from watching this eight-minute video — and had a few laughs. 

You can check it out for yourself below: 


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